tv First Look MSNBC February 5, 2016 2:00am-2:31am PST
it's friday, february 5. right now on "first look," democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders clash in their first one-on-one debate. >> i am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pac. >> you will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. meanwhile, republican candidates take aim at marco rubio who's rising in new hampshire polls. plus, that former ceo who raised the price of a live saving drug 5,000% refuses to testify before congress. we go live to san francisco as the festivities for super
bowl sunday get under way. a golfing robot that can sink a hole in one. "first look" starts right now. good morning. i'm gigi stone woods. hillary clinton and bernie sanders battled in the first one-on-one debate last night. the candidates got into it early and they got into it often with clinton responding to sanders recent campaign line she's not a progressive. >> i was asked am i a moderate or a progressive and i said i'm a prerogative who likes to get things done. cherry picking doesn't change my report. >> they duked it out over one of the major narratives which is being the establishment candidate. >> our campaign is a campaign of the people, by the people, and for the people. so rachel, yes, secretary clinton does represent the establishment. i represent i hope ordinary americans and by the way who are not all that enamored with the establishment. >> well, look, i have to just jump in here because honestly,
senator sanders is the only person who i think would characterize me a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment. and i've got to tell you that it is -- it is really quite -- it's really quite amusing to me. >> she was waiting for that moment. later they battled over national security. >> we differed on the war in iraq which created barbaric organizations like isis. not only did i vote against that war, i helped lead the opposition. >> look, we did differ. a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis. we have to look at the threats that we face right now. and we have to be prepared to take them on and defeat them.
>> it wasn't all back and forth though. near the end of the debate, they shared a kumbaya moment. >> if i'm so fortunate to be the nominee, the first person i'll call is senator sanders. >> i respect the secretary very much. and on our worst days i think we are better than any republican candidate for president. >> that's true. that's true. >> little party unity. who won? well going by social media, it was a tossup. the share of the conversation on facebook was a dead tie. while clinton edged out sanders on twitter sanders gained more followers during the debate. so you decide. meanwhile, republicans have their own debate this saturday and seven of the nine remaining candidates are going to take part this time because carly fiorina and jim gilmore missed
the cut and there's no undercard debate. this as a new poll shows marco rubio leapfrogging ted cruz into second place in new hampshire behind the front-runner who's of course donald trump. his fellow candidates are starting to take notice and they're increasing their attacks. nbc's hallie jackson has more. >> reporter: with momentum in new hampshire, marco rubio's hoping for a photo finish drawing crowds in every shot as republican rivals take theirs. >> thank you, guys, for being here. >> reporter: the new attacks sparked by this slip, rick santorum endorsing rubio, but seeming to struggle to ask why. >> can you name his top accomplishment in the senate? >> my feeling on marco is someone who has tremendous potential, tremendous gifts. if you look at being in the minority in the united states senate in a year where -- four years where nothing got done, i guess it's hard to say there are establishments. >> reporter: rubio's competitors desperate to gain ground, pouncing like jeb bush with nbc's kelly o'donnell. >> his whole life is around his
own ambitions. he is gifted, he can turn a phrase really well. but what has he done? >> the fact is he's done only one thing in the united states senate, that was write an amnesty bill for illegal immigra immigra immigrants. >> reporter: he reforms to his work on reforming the v.a. >> we have real achievements not only in the senate, but in my time as the speaker of the house. >> reporter: he is trying to stay above the fray and so is john kasich. >> are you the president? >> yes, i am. >> did you run a negative campaign? >> wouldn't it be great if you can run for president like you run for class president where you tell people what you're for, instead of spending your time trashing everyone else. >> reporter: but in exeter, trump is slamming all of them. >> i was going to say they're full of [ bleep ] but i won't say that. >> characteristic trump. hillary clinton isn't the
only one being dogged by e-mails right now. personal information was sent to colin powell and condoleezza rice. as in clinton's case, the e-mails were not marked classified at the time they were sent, investigators say. in an interview with nbc news, powell said nothing secret went to his personal account. remember that former pharmaceutical ceo who hiked the prices on the drug, and he faced questions from the congressmen. he invoked his fifth amendment right not to testify. he provoked a lot of anger along the way. ann thompson has the story. >> reporter: appearing to smirk -- >> are you listening? >> reporter: and often inattentive -- >> yes. >> reporter: martin shkreli lived up to his bad boy
reputation appearing before congress. >> i intend to use the advice of council, not yours. >> it's not funny, mr. shkreli. people are dying and they're getting sicker and sicker. >> reporter: shkreli declined to answer why the company he once led raised the price of a life saving drug 5,000%. >> do you think you have done anything wrong? >> on the advice of counsel, i invoke my fifth amendment privilege. >> reporter: under federal indictment for unrelated securities fraud, the 32-year-old shkreli usually loves to talk. >> i'm from the streets. >> reporter: he let his attorneys speak for him. >> some of what you saw was nervous energy by an individual who very much would like to explain what happened. >> reporter: leading the other drug company executives to face furious questioners. >> i find it repulsive what you have done. >> reporter: valiant under fire for jacking up prices on two heart medicines and other well
established drugs. >> where we made mistakes we're listening and we're changing. >> reporter: determined to have the last word, shkreli took to twitter calling the congressmen imbeciles. no apologies from a man who once ran a company with the potential to save lives. anne thompson, nbc news, new york. >> smiling a lot during those hearings. let's get down to business with cnbc's landon dowdy. good morning. >> hi, gigi. good morning to you. wall street will be watching for today's january jobs report at 8:30 a.m. eastern. they're expecting 185,000 nonfarm payrolls and unemployment rate of 5%. it will have a big impact not only on the market movements but also on the federal reserve. a strong number can continue to persuade them to raise interest rates. president obama will propose a $10 per barrel charge on oil companies as part of his final budget request next week. the government would use the new revenue to fund transportation
projects like high speed railways, clean energy research. and super bowl sunday is here and that means lots of viewers for advertisers. the cost for a 30 second ad is $5 million. that's up 11% from last year. car companies, financial services and food companies are spending the most this year. notable absences from the lineup include mercedes and go daddy. back over to you. >> commercials are sometimes the best part. thanks, landon. in sports, kobe bryant turning back the clock with a retro performance as they faced the new orleans pelicans. it was close in fourth, but he nailed three three-pointers including that one from way downtown. he finished with 27 points and 12 rebounds to lead the lakers over the pelicans, 99-96. and talk about a hole in one. this is eldrick, the robot golfer nailing a hole in one at
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in san francisco the stage is set for football's biggest weekend. more than 1 million visitors are expected to pour into the city by the bay for sunday's big super bowl match-up between the panthers and broncos. so jay gray is live in san francisco near super bowl city. we're guessing the festivities are under way pretty much. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, gigi. hundreds of thousands are making their way to the bay area and many of those still without a ticket to the big game.
>> everybody, welcome to san francisco, the host of super bowl 50. >> reporter: it is literally the golden ticket. as we get closer to kickoff, a tough ticket for those who want to be part of football history by the bay. >> well, you just wonder if you'll get the opportunity to go. >> reporter: for dennis and jenny, life long bronco fans, super sunday will be personal. >> that's our anniversary. >> the day of the super bowl. >> reporter: and they'll celebrate inside levi's stadium at their first super bowl ever with a romantic dinner. >> i'll buy her a beer and a hot dog. >> reporter: for those who don't have a seat yet, time and ticket supply is running short. >> this is a very expensive ticket. >> reporter: $5,000 or more and climbing. >> that's also a supply and demand issue. so there is less supply that we're seeing right now in the secondary market. so the prices are actually higher. >> reporter: and if you're paying a price, make sure it's
the real deal. >> the nfl has done a phenomenal job on building out a ticket that has a great deal of security feature. >> reporter: some you can't see, others that are obvious. >> here's a hologram here. you don't need a light to see that. then there's the heat sensitive ink. >> reporter: on a ticket to a memory that will last a lifetime. yeah, you know, the going rate again for the ticket $5,000. that's just going to go up as we get closer to kickoff. the cost of a ticket to super bowl i, 50 years ago, ten bucks. >> it's changed a lot. still a good assignment. thanks. nbc meteorologist bill karins is here with your forecast. >> good morning. so let's talk about the winter storm, yesterday was looking a little more off the coast, glancing blow. but coastal areas are going to get more snow. winter storm warnings down in east maine and areas of massachusetts and into
connecticut. winter weather advisories from just to the east side of washington, d.c., philadelphia to new york all the way up into portland. the snow has broken out, we went from rain to snow overnight. temperatures are hovering right above freezing so a lot of the main roads are just wet. some of the secondary roads are getting slushy. we're at 33 in new york. 32 in dover. even areas down in maryland and delaware, you have a burst of heavy snow this morning. there may be school delays and the school cancellations are already up in boston. the higher up the coast, the higher the snowfall totals. but areas from providence, to boston, that's the higher toetsales. a possibility of eight to 12, that's a snowstorm for areas of boston, eastern half of connecticut. then a minor event for philadelphia, trenton to new york, back to springfield, back up to areas towards portland. more or less two to four inches. and forecast for the weekend, not bad around the rest of the country. a pretty quiet weekend.
there's going to be a big storm off the southeast coast, but that looks to stay off the coastline. as far as the super bowl go on sunday, san francisco, sunny and 68 degrees. that's perfect for football. not too hot and not too chilly for the fans. >> $5,000 tickets, so that's good. thanks, bill karins. the plane explosion was likely caused by a bomb. that's what sources have told nbc news. explosive residue was found in the yat aftermath. no terrorist group has claimed responsibility. check out this bizarre newly released surveillance video of an atv in iowa spinning out of control without a driver and the vehicle went rove as the owner tried to ride it back in january. it finally stopped after flipping over on the side of the building. fortunately no one was hurt. some people don't believe in ghosts. so did hillary clinton and bernie sanders sway voters to their corners? that's the question we're next on "first look."
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they had to say i decided to go with my heart and that's bernie sanders. >> why? what did he say that changed for you? >> i think for me, i heard what he had to say. i believe in what he has to say. i think changing how campaigns are run will help change the political future of our country so i believe in him. >> amy, the moment of truth. >> i think i made a decision tonight. it was a big debate and i think what was really interesting was i didn't so much come up with more reasons to vote for hillary as i did less for bernie. i think he's a tremendous individual, but it's not voting for your favorite person tonight. it's really who can get it done and i kept thinking about jimmy carter who i think is just one of the most tremendous human beings. but was not a great president. and he did so much great work. when bernie talks about this revolution, i don't know who's with him. it's really important that we have someone who can work with congress. this is going to be a really tough congress, no matter what. i don't -- i don't think he can
get us there. and i really -- i believe in hillary's policies. i love what her plans are. i really am excited to vote for her. >> lots of thoughtful voters in new hampshire. politico's kevin robe alar is joining us from washington. you heard the undecideds. what do you think, did last night change voters' minds? >> it probably did in individual cases like those, but no big game changing moment that changes the race in any real way. it was the two of them repeating the talking points and you heard both of the two people saying they decided to vote for sanders or hillary. and so clearly they got the message out, but no big game changing moment that will sway voters from one side to the other. >> we'll see if there are game changing moments in the republican race.
the attacks are stepping up on marco rubio, is that a big compliment to him? >> yeah, he's getting all the fire because he's sort of becoming the consensus establishment candidate. there's still a lot of establishment candidates left in the race. so all of them are trying to knock him down a peg and take his spot so he's going to get it from jeb bush and from chris christie. chris christie was hard on him yesterday. you will see it from john kasich. all of these guys are going to gang up on rubio, particularly because all of them need to do really well in new hampshire if they want to gone with their campaigns. >> here's something we don't see every day, trump acting more humbly lately. how much do you think that loss in iowa affected him? >> clearly, it's affected him in some way. it's unclear what donald trump how much of anything he's doing can called sincere. he did have that big twitter rant about how, you know, iowa is rigged and they should have to do the -- redo the caucuses because of the machinations by
ted cruz. he's not a fully 100% humble man. i don't think you can expect donald trump to put his ego away. >> he has his own money and the koch brothers are saying they may sit out this race entirely? >> i think that's specifically about a clinton versus trump scenario where trump would be an unacceptable nominee to them. i think at this point, most of the other republicans who still have a chance of winning particularly ted cruz and marco rubio you would say are the other two gop favorites are both acceptable to the koch brothers. but they -- they do not like trump's policies. he doesn't fit with their sort of libertarianism of america. so they apparently discussed sitting out. >> a lot can change. thanks, kevin. just ahead, jimmy fallon has a puppy bowl predicting the winner for sunday's big game. don't miss that of course. we'll tell you which team they chose next. vo: know you have a dedicated
you can't go wrong with this sure fire method. jimmy fallon had some adorable puppies predict the super bowl last night. >> i want this to be a clean vote, got it? thank you, thank you very much. here we go. ready. let's release the puppies. hey, guys. oh, wow. landslide. landslide. landslide right there. i think it's obvious, the winner are the denver broncos. >> he had filet mignon in one bowl -- >> no, it was legit. i think the panthers are going
to win, but i'll be rooting for the broncos. >> you said it here. >> you? >> i think you have a point there, but still rooting for who i'm rooting for. >> you're going to stay on the fence? >> good morning, i'm gigi stone woods. >> so uncommittal. >> like us on facebook. "way too early" starts right now. she has the entire establishment or almost the entire establishment behind her that's a fact. >> a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment. it's quite amazing to me. >> instead of arguing of -- >> you began it yesterday with your comments. >> one of the things we should do is not only talk the talk, but walk the walk. >> enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it directly. >> when we both look at the same evidence about the wisdom of the war in iraq, one of us voted the right way and one of us didn't.
>> we did differ. a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis. we have to look at the threats that we face right now. >> sparks fly at the first one-on-one debate with hillary clinton and bernie sanders. the candidates offering their sharpest distinctions ahead of the new hampshire primary. plus, mother and son. barbara bush speaks up for jeb after once throwing cold water on the idea of a third bush president. and did marco rubio have a single accomplishment while in the senate? well, if so, someone should tell his newest surrogate. 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west, this is "way too early."